Winnie the Pooh Nail Art Collaboration with ArcadiaNailArt and professionalDQ

❤❤ Guess what? None of us went with pooh lol !!! Check these girls out. Both are super talented. Links to their collab videos are in the video and below. ArcadiaNailArt http professionalDQ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Nail FAQ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♥ I use acrylic paints because its waaaaay easier to draw with than nail polish. Not to mention if you do nails as much as I do it’s a lot cheaper. ♥ I always use nail polish as the base color and then do the art with paints. ♥ My favorite brand of paint is Americana and you can see them at the end of my videos. ♥ Why haven’t you done my request? I have loads of requests and I bought a book just to keep them all in. If I went in order the requests are behind by a few months lol. I don’t go in order anymore but I always look at the book when making new designs. ♥ I record with my JVC Everio camcorder and use Sony Vegas Pro to edit. ♥ How do you place your camera to record? I use a tripod and place it in front of me of a table. There is a picture of it on my facebook. ♥Between coats I normally wait between 5-10 minutes to let the layer dry. Monday videos are now polymer clay videos. Friday videos are my nail art videos. Music is “Coffee” by Josh Woodward Youtube Video you so much for watching and please subscribe, rate and comment for lots more videos!! =D *Disclaimer* I was not paid to use any of the products in the video nor am I affiliated with them in any way. I did not

25 thoughts on “Winnie the Pooh Nail Art Collaboration with ArcadiaNailArt and professionalDQ

  1. Do you think that good quality watercolor paint (like the thicker from a tube kind) would work just the same as acrylics?

  2. Hello!
    I see your nail art and love!
    I wonder if you already posted a video on how to do the donkey of Winnie the Pooh … if not, could you post one?
    I just found the piglet and the tiger …
    Thank you!

  3. u can use a thinning medium or even mix in a little water to thin it out. that’s what i do when i paint on paper or wood so i don’t see why it wouldn’t work on nails

  4. hi :) um i’ve been using acrylic paints but whenever i put them on they look really thick or gloopy and don’t spread nicely. can anyone tell me what to do?

  5. I love watching this vid your very very talented!! I really want to try this!! But im not that good hope it comes out good!!

  6. When you say acrylic paints is it like the paint from a craft store? If so i have some brown acrylics i may use…i also have like a whole box of acrylic paint i believe of a TON of different colors i used for an art project!

  7. hey, my boyfriend thinks the way u did the tips, u did them for his feet? lol!! i told him its just the tips of the color piglet is.

  8. Thanks very much for the reply. I jut found your channel today and am soooo inspired. I love your designs and as I am arty I think can do them too. I am in the UK and have just been looking around online for a good selection of acrylics at a decent price and I have found a set of 24 little tubes for only £8.99. They get very good reviews, so that looks like a great place to start. I had thought that nail polish would be too smelly too. I really enjoy your videos. Thanks bunchies Chloe in UK xx

  9. You dont need to use paints. I use them because it makes it sooo much easier. They dry faster and dont smear when you put on a top coat, plus they dont stink like polish does. If you want paints and not sure what colors to get you really only need 5, black, white, red, yellow and blue. From those you can make any color ^_^

  10. I would love to start doing nail art. I have lots of brushes and a ton of nail polish, but no acrylic paint. Could I use regular nail polish instead/? I may have to see if I can get some acrylic. What colours would you sugest I get to start of with. So i can mix and get the best range to start with. Thanks very much for any advice. Chloe in England xx

  11. I have a problem and I think most of us spend a good makeup that I can one hand and the other not, as you do it? any advice? and I congratulate.. :)

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